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I wonder if there were a way to make this into a program/Bboard --> have residents talk about language and there thoughts get posted?

I wonder if there were a way to make this into a program/Bboard --> have residents talk about language and there thoughts get posted?

disability awareness. I only pinned this because I want to say that I find this very aggressive, no need to be angry with people on the street who just don't know how to react properly. If they did look could you just as easily have a sign that says " Stop Staring ".  People who avert their eyes are only guilty of bad manners, lets not be bad mannered also.

My favourite image from a photoshoot I did recently with my mother to highlight disability awareness. I'm Not Invisible.

13 Microaggressions People With Disabilities Face On A Daily Basis

As a disabled woman of color, I can think of few things that rattle my cage more than microaggressions. These negative, condescending statements are often subtle, and there's a whole host of microaggressions people with disabilities experience in par…

It's perfect. (Side note: I wish the attitude with individuals labelled as having as disability was not use such a charity/tragic/hereoic based model to the rest of society. No they are not charity cases for you to feel sorry for. No don't assume their lives are tragic without them telling you that. No do not call people "inspirational" for literally no reason except for you labelling them as having a disability.)

thiscrookedhouse: “ morty-mike: “ I’m not your inspiration… ” [image description: a picture of the blue and white handicapped symbol, with a raised fist and giving the middle finger. caption: “GO.

Are you using casual ableism in your everyday language? Many people do without realizing the impact of what they're saying – so here's Annie Elainey to clear things up.

3 Harmful Ways Casual Ableism Shows Up in Our Everyday Language. Are you using casual ableism in your everyday language? Many people do without realizing the impact of what they're saying – so here's Annie Elainey to clear things up.

Lessons I'm Still Learning About Mental Illness | Huffington Post

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Thank you-- These are Real Brain Problems. people that don't struggle with these issues don't understand. This compilation of brain scans of patients diagnosed with various psychological problems are compared with those who don't

Sue overcoming microaggressions

Overcoming Microaggressions in Educational Institutions November 2010 Derald Wing Sue, Ph.

63 Black Harvard Students Share Their Experiences In A Powerful Photo Project

The "I, Too, Am Harvard" photo campaign explores the diverse experience that black students at Harvard have to face.

63 Black Harvard Students Share Their Experiences In A Powerful Photo Project

63 Black Harvard Students Share Their Experiences In A Powerful Photo Project. I've never been more turned off to the idea of attending Harvard. It's horrifying to think that people can still be so racist and ignorant these days